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of the neighborhood and also in accordance with the saint francis wood neighborhood design guidelines. the project architect worked with the architect of the home association and concessions have already been made to the original drawings and have also been presented before the board. i think that the home as built or as designed, rather, will have unique features that will contribute to the visual attraction of the home and the street and the neighborhood. per the discretionary review hearing of the planning commission on january tenth, all attending board members and president ruled in favor of the project without changes or altering made to the plan. some even commenting and agreeing that every project would be given attention to detail. >> given the concerns of the appellant the project plans have nonetheless been designed in accordance with the building code and all requirements have been met. i don't feel that any circumstances warrant any revisions of the design of the home or roof. i also have a picture that i wanted to show of the property, which is here. and mr. linn's home is here and a
more about pope francis's life before the priesthood. the pontiff apparently had moments of doubts and temptation. here is nbc's jim maceda. >> reporter: as pope francis story emerges we're learning the bishop from buenos aires can be frank about subjects, celibacy and sex. the former bergoglio admitted to be taken by a stunning girl. i could not pray for a week because the girl was in my head. eventually he p joined the priesthood and swore to secrecy. this woman, his neighbor and childhood crush. >>. >> translator: he said to me, if i don't marry you, i'll become a priest. >> reporter: some may bless the idea about married priests. it is a matter of discipline, not faith. it can change. >> it means basically that pope francis, or jorge bergoglio was a man before he became a priest. >> he's even weighed in on sexual matters. what if a priest gets a woman pregnant? he has to leave the ministry and take care of that child, even if he chooses not to marry that woman. for days francis already setting the tonight for a new open papacy. and in another sign of just how open pope francis
to be part of the u.s. delegation at the installation of pope francis. >> to see really the millions of people lifted up by pope francis, where he paid great -- >> she differs with the catholic church's stance on same-sex marriage. she homes the supreme court will rule the ban on same-sex marriage is unconstitutional. >>> woman is in serious condition after she and her husband were hit by a truck last night. investigators are looking into weather fog and low visibility played a role in the accident. they were crossing in the street when they were hit. people say that intersection is dangerous. >> i am worried about this intersection. i go over here every day to get my coffee, i am afraid -- everybody is trying to get through the light. i am afraid i am going to get hit. >> both pedestrians and the drivers claimed the right of way. >>> a baseball coach accused of molesting one teen boy and filming another in a bath room. he is still on the loose tonight. joel kaufman is charged with six felony counts. a warrant has been issued for his arrest. prosecutors say he coached baseball in oak
their artistic side. >> pope francis surprises yet another person with his behaviors. >> tell kids to go doodle. >> yes. it's time for the doodle google contest. submigs being accepted and students from kindergarten to 12th grade encouraged to create a design. you're looking at winners from past two years. this year's ep theme my best day ever. >> yes. play less, doodle more. talking about creatist. a 9-year-old girl it to prove her brothers wrong. >> she's a fund raising machine. the third grader wants to create a role-playing game and wanted to pay for it herself. her brother said she could not do it. she's raising money through the web site kick starter to pay for tech camp to learn how to make a game. the camp costs $829. she's raised $17,000 in just two days. you saw the brothers there. defeated. no word on what she's going to do the extra money. it's a fantastic story. >> gi joe gets an advanced screening. >> here is tony cabrerra with today's hollywood report. >> nearly 47 years after batman invaded tv warner brothers is still celebrating the classics. a comic bookstore trance formed las
common family lorsed. he was quietly and lovingly by respectful parents. his mother was francis anne boyle, an irish girl from the bronx, whose family was unwilling or unable to escape from the tranquility of two family yards in the outer boroughs. instead like many families they remained in the south bronx and inwood touting apartment living. most of the offspring of this family, detesting this condition, diligently sought a place in the middle class. some struggled and failed. most attained stability through service to the city. others surpassed their assigned status and rose to positions of influence in many areas of the society, reaching as far as the u.s. senate. still others perished along the way, succumbing to the ills of all ghettos in spite of their dubious romance provide in abundance. kenny's father was tommy romero, a puerto rican boy born in east harlem, a different kind of ghetto that produced some successes. before he was 10, the romero family took flight to the williams burg section of brooklyn because of the numbered streets such as south 6th and south 7th which car
at what's coming up on the "today" show. a live report on whether pope francis could be rethinking the church's stance on celibacy based on a past admission of his. >>> and how a new beyonce song is stirring controversy. keep it here for local weather, news, sports and more. thanks for watching "early today," your first stop of the day today on your nbc station. today," your first stop of the day today on your nbc station. have a great one. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com . . . >>> good morning. live in the south bay, southbound 280, part of it, shut down after a fatal hit and run. we'll have that story coming up. >>> president obama continues his tour of the middle east this morning. we will get to the latest on that trip coming up. >>> the new plan to fill m.c. storefronts in san jose. >>> right now, a live look outside at the bay bridge. feel good about yourself right now. it is friday out there. indeed, friday, march 22 pd, th this is "today in the bay." >>> good morning. it is 4:30 on the nose. i'm jon kelley. >> i'm laura garcia cannon. lots to get to, including breakin
to thank specifically mohammed nuru because he's been incredible. his toehold, everyone. francis and john avalos' office, without her nobody would know what we were doing because she helps us with all of our fliers and everything that we need to do. john has been tireless. he comes to my house on fridays at 5:30 for meetings. he's a great, great supervisor and a champion for our district. and we're excited about this year. we're going to put in a park. we're going to do safety initiatives. we're looking for grant money for more beautification. if anybody is interested in starting a neighborhood watch and getting involved, call me and i can help you get started. it's a great thing to know your neighbors, even the ones who are a pain in the neck. it's a great thing to know your neighbors. [laughter] (applause) >> i would just like to say thank you to all of our neighbors because we have lived in that neighborhood for 37 years and it's just been such a joy to meet people who live right across the street and never knew what wonderful neighbors i had until we started the neighborhood watch gro
businesses can sharply increase by next year and by sharply, we mean they could double. melissa francis host of money on the fox business network joins me now. hi, melissa. >> hi. >> alisyn: how is it possible that they could double? >> i mean, it's amazing. first of all, i mean, this isn't one of those studies that's predicting what could happen to prices in the future. this is what is actually going to happen. these insurance companies are regulated. when he they raise prices they have to tell the regulator that they're going up. these are also brokers going out into communities and warning individuals and warning their customers, by the way, here are your prices for next year. so, this is real, it's coming and it's terrifying and look at groups like united health care, some of the biggest groups out there. they're saying for individuals, your plan could go up as much as 116% or more, that's precise, right? 116%, it's incredible. for small businesses, 25 to 50%, aetna it could go up 55%, blue cross/blue shield 20 to 40%. and these are some of the biggest names out there and warning their c
are asking this morning, just a few days after the official installation of pope francis, will the church change under his leadership? those who want to get rid of the celibacy requirement for priests are looking hopefully at the pope's admission of past crushes. jim maceda has more. >> good morning, matt. it turns out francis, the first latin-american pope came to the priesthood at age 32, not before he had his own moments of doubt and temptation. ♪ as pope francis emerges, we're learning the former archbishop of buenos aires can be most frank will celibacy and sex. >> you can marry me. you love me. >> but i love god more. >> reporter: like the conflicted catholic priest in the 1980 tv mini series "thornbirds" former jorgeb jorgeber bergoglio said "i could not pray for over a week because when i tried to do the girl appeared in my head." eventually he went into priesthood and swore to celibacy, fulfilling a promise he made to this woman, amalia, once his neighborhood and childhood crush. >> translator: he said to me if i don't marry you, i'll become a priest. >> reporter: surprising so
. >>. melissa: i'm melissa francis and here who is made money today. investors that are staying optimistic about cyprus. it is scrambling to win a last minute bailout to avoid collapse right now as we speak. the bulls are betting a deal happens before the monday deadline. the euro is rallying against the u.s. dollar, and, if you owned apple, you made money. a top analyst expects the next iphone to arrive this summer. shares rallied 2% closing above the 50-day moving average. that is the first time since october 4th for that stock. look at that. but the big money winners of the day, anyone who bet on harvard basketball whoo-hoo!. my alma mater won its first ncaa ever, ever. the school has been around since 1636. upset number three seed new mexico. i will cash in with a wager i made with one of my guests this week, if harvard wins anything, if they win a single game, score one point i win. how about that? >> i send you joe's stone crab. shibani: he laughed. did you see him laughing at me! i'm waiting, bruce. most of my family is allergic to stone crabs. i want four steak and cheese sandwiches from
pope francis, he didn't even make the bracket created for this year's papal face-off proving this might be the year of the underdog. all right, favorite book, there is a bracket for that. most hated basketball player of the last 30 years, there's one for that, as well. >> we can also say we work it out every year, me and the friends this time of year, number one overall seed, guys, candy bars. >> snickers. >> reese's. >> mounds. >> i don't know. >> mounds? >> i'm with paula. snickers. sam? >> i don't think it's fair to choose between your children. i love them all equally. outside it's finally settled in now. this cold air stretches from seattle all the way to jacksonville. look how much of the country has got that chill and a lot below normal. up to 20 degrees below normal. chicago, windchills are at like 15 this morning. memphis, feels like 33. here's the spring outlook. generally what the government's forecast service is saying that we will get to spring and get to a warmer than normal spring. it's just going to take two weeks to get that warm air toward the east and, of course, we'r
, and colleagues, we have a new pope, pope francis, who said last week that our relation with god's creation is not very good right now. god's creation runs by laws, the laws of nature, the laws of physics, the laws of chemistry, and god gave us the power of reason to understand those laws. but they are not negotiable. they are not subject to amendment or repeal. and arrogance of our thinking that they are is an offense to his creation. we can ignore obvious facts, we can ignore the essentially unanimous science, our generals and commerce, we can ignore the insurance industry but we ignore carbon pollution at our peril and subsidized it long enough. it's past time to wake up from our sleep walking. this vote is a test whether we pass or fail is a measure of us. i urge that we support this amendment what will allow to us put a price on carbon and protect the american people. a senator: mr. president? the presiding officer: the senator from missouri. mr. blunt: i would have some hesitation anyway about opposing my good friend from rhode island but to have to oppose the pope is really ominous.
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